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Flycatcher Bird Sounds and Ringtones Watchers

All flycatchers in the genus Myiarchus share the Great Crested Flycatcher’s yellow underparts, short crest, and rufous-brown accents in the wing and tail

All flycatchers in the genus Myiarchus share the Great Crested Flycatcher’s yellow underparts, short crest, and rufous-brown accents in the wing and tail

Flycatcher Bird Sounds and Ringtones Watchers

by APH International
Flycatcher Bird Sounds and Ringtones Watchers
Flycatcher Bird Sounds and Ringtones Watchers
Flycatcher Bird Sounds and Ringtones Watchers

What is it about?

All flycatchers in the genus Myiarchus share the Great Crested Flycatcher’s yellow underparts, short crest, and rufous-brown accents in the wing and tail. Fortunately for identifcations, Great Crested Flycatchers do not overlap with other Myiarchus species over most of their breeding range. The Brown-crested Flycatcher of South Texas and farther south has a slightly longer bill than Great Crested. It also has a paler and more-extensive gray chest that does not contrast as strongly with its paler-yellow belly. The tail, when seen from below, is less extensively rufous-orange than the Great Crested’s tail, with more brown on the sides of the tail. The Ash-throated Flycatcher, which breeds in central Texas and westward, is smaller and paler overall than Great Crested. The bill is shorter and thinner; it is paler gary on the head and chest, and paler yellow on the belly than Great Crested. Other common Eastern flycatchers, such as Eastern Phoebes and Eastern Wood-Pewees, are more olive-green on the back and much whiter underparts. In late summer and fall, young Eastern Phoebes can have an extensive wash of yellow on the belly, inviting comparison to Great Crested. However, their heads are dark with contrasting white throats, and both wings and tail lack any suggestion of rufous or orange.

Flycatcher Bird Sounds and Ringtones Watchers

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
15Mb
Genre
Reference
Last updated
November 15, 2016
Release date
November 15, 2016
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App Store Description

All flycatchers in the genus Myiarchus share the Great Crested Flycatcher’s yellow underparts, short crest, and rufous-brown accents in the wing and tail. Fortunately for identifcations, Great Crested Flycatchers do not overlap with other Myiarchus species over most of their breeding range. The Brown-crested Flycatcher of South Texas and farther south has a slightly longer bill than Great Crested. It also has a paler and more-extensive gray chest that does not contrast as strongly with its paler-yellow belly. The tail, when seen from below, is less extensively rufous-orange than the Great Crested’s tail, with more brown on the sides of the tail. The Ash-throated Flycatcher, which breeds in central Texas and westward, is smaller and paler overall than Great Crested. The bill is shorter and thinner; it is paler gary on the head and chest, and paler yellow on the belly than Great Crested. Other common Eastern flycatchers, such as Eastern Phoebes and Eastern Wood-Pewees, are more olive-green on the back and much whiter underparts. In late summer and fall, young Eastern Phoebes can have an extensive wash of yellow on the belly, inviting comparison to Great Crested. However, their heads are dark with contrasting white throats, and both wings and tail lack any suggestion of rufous or orange.

App Features:

- 25 amazing sounds available!
- alarm settings
- Loop & overlap sounds to create new ones
- Record Your Own sounds feature available
- Star your favorites
- Make these sounds your ringtone or alert sounds

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